National Trick or Treat Day
Jul 31, 2019 —
We’ve listened to ALL of your feedback since the petition started in 2018 and view this as an opportunity to truly honor and celebrate what this season should be. Halloween in the U.S. has the power to unite rather than divide. So, while we still believe an end-of-October Saturday celebration will promote safety and increase the fun, this year we will be launching a national initiative designed to enhance the Halloween that we all know and love while uniting our Country.
Our petition has evolved into a message of unity, acceptance and equality. Instead of changing the date that American's celebrate Halloween, we will be adding an additional day of festivities in the hopes of bringing more people together. National Trick or Treat Day will take place annually on the last Saturday of October when Americans can participate in community parades, throw neighborhood parties and opt for daytime Trick or Treating.
In a partnership with Party City, we will launch the #ALLoween campaign designed to support the all-day celebration of National Trick or Treat Day AND the time-honored traditions of Halloween on October 31st.
With your support, we will create a safer, longer, bigger celebration for ALL by making National Trick or Treat Day official!
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